Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1948 · Page 8
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•Poge tight Television Pby Written, Sole! by Coed New York, Dec. t: ••- — (UP) ... Catherine McDonald of Chattanooga. Term., who had never seen a television play, wrote one and sold it. The piny was about life in a trailer home, although r.ii.ss McDnnal:! had never been jnskie a trailer. She flew baek to the University of North Carolina c.ampu---. e.-iriy today, as worried ;IE could be. ' "I have an exarvi.iiinicm in eariy iMiropcan dr;..na at n :l . m .." K ju. said. "It's going to be a tougliy." II was the first play that "Miss McDonald, who a ie.v monihs :i,:t> was a cut) reporter on the Chattanooga Free-Press, ever lne-1 to write. HOPE STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS 'I was walking past the trailer houses on the rdge of the North .... -.. v j,, in\: i '.i;.,v uj i.ut ini-uiu Carolina campus one night and I 'decided to write- a play about them." she said. "I had " to eut two classes to come to New York to see it produced over a television 'network. The fartherest. south it . te;,c;ied v...s Richmond. Va. They (never changed a line in it." I The agency that bought Miss McDonald's play said they had to road f<fl ',<> fi'.i to find one worth Foundation Gives 'Heart' fro Youngster I " We're /N need of good original play..; designi 1 '.! for a television audienc; ." t.'ic agency .said. ! i\y'-'.r-il her secret for writing a s'u-rc.'r.Ki'iil play. Miss MeDonald ck-Hicd her through nervously. 1 "Al.em." .she said. "That's an in- tei eslini; que.'ition. I) you v.'ant to write a play. I think you .should have some si age experience. I don't mean profer,- .•>ion;:I experience. I got mine in arna'.eitr groups. 'Then you need to know about people. I think being a newspaper i&va 13 KK SKIRTS and PAJAMAS These Shirts and Pajamas will make him a nice Christmas gift and look what you save! Be here early . . . They'll go fast. MEN'S ONE BEG TABLE Woven madras and all white broadcloth Shirts Regular $4.00 Values ONE GROUP Here are some real pajama values. Regular $5.95 values. Now Only THE STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS , Coalosville, Pa.. Dec. 0 —fUP) — Hope Hickey had a new lease on e today. Three weeks ago, the frail, nine• .year-old girl was dying of a rhcu- ,matic bean ailment. Her doctors ,said she had only a vear to live Now she- is on the threshold of health with a normal life before her. thanks to the Canadian Heart I foundation and her father. I When local physicians told Ed- Iward Hickey last month that there :w;js no hope for his daughter, (he father appealed publicly to medical men everywhere for aid. Kven if they co ,,] ( i Differ thc Ki) .j no chance of life, ' V.he 'would let them perform any operation, prescribe any treatrnennV-.. On the I chance it might help officr victims ol the dread ailment. .'-. I Hickey's gamble won. Today Hope, still frail but wilh the color of healt.) back in her thifr cheeks, is waiting for him in her room at Louden, Ontario, Heart Foundation vy here doctors gave -ther vitamin I- treatments. '*-On Saturday, he will bring hcr home. And her homecoming ras changed all the plans for the coming holidays. The Hickey's hadn't .figured on much of a Christmas this year. "We weren't even going to have a tree,' Mrs. Hickey said. "But now it will be the best Christmas we've ever had." Thc girl was given large injec- • lions of vitamin E substance, alpha topophel, which she will continue to take in tablet form after she arrives homo this week-end. DOROTHY DIX Training Husbands The term "mayor" or "maior" was first used for any person who had supervision of others. reporter helps you understand personalities, llowever, I never use any real people for characters. My characters arc sheer, nebular clouds." Then you get an idea for a plot, and write a play, she said. ' She':-: now working on a three- :aet play around a "historical inci- jdent''' of the civil war. "I haven't told anyone what it's .going to be about," she said. i'l'm busy in research." i She didn't bother looking up a (New York producer. Asked if her success had gone to her head, she laughed. "There's a lot that I don't know, yet," she said. •V fl /* IV ti i >"fc.B\ Here is a sale of men's shoes and house shoes that you can't afford to miss. You'll want several pairs at ihese special low prices. is X^jW^TSil^fe'^M-W'''-> In this big group of men's dress shoes you'll find black, brown and fan. Loafer, plain toe, cap toe and wing tip sfrySes. Sizes 6 to 12 Regufcr 3.98 Values These will ,r,,,k f! iJ :J: ,( C.-in.tmcs s if^ for the men on you, Sh.;. S 0 f s Mock kid Icofl-.er u'.cra house sf.oes. Leather soles <;,ad rulbcr heels. Dear Miss Dix: We are always , being told about it being the duty I of mothers to train their daughters ,' lo be good wive;.:. Inasmuch as 1 marriage is a fifty-filly proposi- j tion, why isn't it Hie duty of fathers to prepare their sons to be good husbands.' Yet nobody pipes about that. After all it takes two people to make a marriage a success. Neither one can do it alone and ! unaided. It is a two-handed job. I So why don't parents feel that i they should train their sons for I marriage as well as their daughters? A READER Answer: Apparently parents are sold to the belief that a knowledge of how lo be a good husband comes by Nature, as Dogberry thought reading and writing did. and thai, there isn't any necessity for wasting any time and effort in teaching a boy how to get along with his bride. Mothers don't prepare their sons to be good husbands, ior they think their Sams and Johnnys are too good for any girl, anyway. And fathers don't bother lo train their sons for matrimony, so the average man goes into marriage with only a few muddled ideas about how to be a good husband. Now, of course, marriage being the complicated business it is, there should be a School for Training Husbands , that every boy should attend, and all of the teachers should be women, for only' women know what it takes to make wives happy and they alone could train men along the lines that make a husband a gift from God. Want Perpetual Lover A man. for instance, thinks he is a good husband if he is a good provider and if he works his fingers to thc bone to give his wife every luxury and comfort. But a wife's idea of a perfect husband is one who is a combination kissing- bug and salve-spreader who never ceases telling her how beautiful and wonderful she is, and how he adores her, and who takes her stepping every Saturday night. Let a man keep his wife jollied up and he has filled a woman's ideal oC a perfect husband. Dear Miss Dix: I am a young veteran and am finding it hard to get some employment that will keep me interested. I have had a number of various good jobs that wen: well-paying, but none that I cared for. They included being a lumber hauler, a truck driver, construction helper, restaurant manager, bar and grill owner, and I have applied for a license to be a bodyguard but all of these have bored me. 1 want something that will keep me on my toes, but I have not found it. Can you advise me as to whether I should stick to what I am doing, or seek something thai will give rne a more satisfied feeling. JOHN Answer: It seems to me, John, that your trouble is that you have never kept to one thing long enough to g-it interested in it. You have never had any real purpose in your employment. You have gone into it with thc if-I-don;t-Ukc ihis-I-won't-stick it spirit, and that, kind of an attitude never makes a man succeed at anything. It is only after you dig into anything with teeth and tocnail. determined to make a go of it or die in the attempt, that you really get to enjoy your work. My earnest advice to you is to go to some man who has made a special study of vocational yuid- '•nec and get him to try to "find out what special aptitudes and talents you possess. Then go to it, and hang on to it until you make a success o£ it. Dear Dorothv Dix: Please tell me how long it will take my husband to learn how to read and write. He is -HI years old. He did not have any schooling where he came from, but lie speaks both English and French well. And he has a PAY You get 12 tablets MORE for 10<:, 100 for 45c. ACCEPT Than the name "St. Joseph" guarantees. Eisenhower !s Celled a War Monger Moscow, Dec. 8 — >A'\Literary Gazette called Dwight D. Eisenhower r monger today. The invective was hurled in a denunciation of the wartime allied commander's book. "Crusade in Europe." The reviewer, V. Daniicys!u, asserted Eisenhower "piles one boulder of lies onto another trying to scramble up to a peak' of. new herculean heights." "The people of the world never will Hornet how. wilh the blessing of Churchill. Eisenhower 'hurried slowly' at thc same time as Soviet armies in the east were crushing and destroying the German armies," the reviewer asserted. Thc writer ridiculed Eisenhower's statements that he did everything possible to get along with tnc Russians. Thursday, December 9, 1948 tives II called for these ob-U»'Scd JU. S. I. Preparation of a two-year pan, for Berlin matching economic | mi-?i.sim!.s already adopted for VvV.iicrn Germany by the Commu- • nists. ! '-'. "Socialization of all but the smallest Berlin factories. :'.. Turning over to public owncr- s-li.p oi nroperty confiscated from iXiixis and war criminas." ! A postal blockade meanwhile : iVuze the exchange of mail in thc divided city. Doctors of thc public health service were- split as physicians in the \Vc.ncrn sectors largely ignored an order from the Communist "rump" t;<:vci nrnent to submit all their medical reports. Britain. France and the to finalize the currency split by barring Russian zone marks from the Western sectors. In Western Berlin today, anti- Cominunis-l newspapers splashed a statement by U. S. Commander Gen. Lucius D. Clay thai the airlift might ah" abie to ciouoie it:; average of about 4,000 tons daily i £ there is an extended period ot good weather. the drone of American and Britl- ish cargo planes was heard continually under sunny skies. new director of the Coms' "city" bank department •.v.in.ed western sector Germans that, if they tried to exclude east- cm marks they would be "ruined." INJURED IN BLAST Jonesboro. Dec. 8 — (/P) — A mixture of oil and gasoline exploded at a garage three miles sough of Jonesboro today, critically burniii'J I the garage operator, Jessie Ticlale, . Western sector leaadcrs have 'stove. '34. Tisdalc was brought to a hospilaL here. * ! The mixture which exploded was in a five-gallon can sitting near a NatJoni's Population 147,280,000 Cesisus FoSks Estimate Washington, Dee. 8 — (/P) —This country's population reached 147.280,000 on October 1. the census bureau estimated today. Although that is the highest ever ! recorded, the bureau said the rate i of increase has slowed down from ! last year's pace. Neverthelcass the [ 1948 expansion will top any other j year's. The bureau's figures . ' about 466,000 persons in the armed forces overseas and about 92(5.000 in military service in this country. Population growth in the fir-M nine months of 1348 amounted to about 1.800.000 persons, an average increase of about 200.000 a month. In thc corresponding period of 1047, there was an increasing of about 2.100.000 persons, an average of over 233,000 a month. Since the last actual count on April 1, 1940, the population total has risen by about 15,500,000 persons. to Erat-er M B Line Picture A Washington, Dec. i! — (/P'i— The Illinois Central railroad obtained permission today to take part in proceedings involving disposition of Missouri and Arkansas railway co. I properties. ' [ Illinois Central told the Inter- I state Commerce Commission it i desires to be heard when the agen- | cy considers the application of 'the ' Helena and Northwestern railway for authroity to acquire and operate the 55 miles of M. and A. line i between Helena and Collton Plant, I Ark. j The TC line extends into Helena, j wheve in addition to its own tracks. I Illinois Central has operating rights ' over Missouri and Arkansas track- ! age. The company said it dcsi-es i to have these trackage rights pre- j pcrve'l in any final order of the ! commission. i The M and A. was authorized to abandon its entire .'335-mile line I earlier this year, but the abandon- | ment date has been postponed until ' April to permit the working out oC, plans for sale of at least some i portions of thc line for continued j operations. : i if m good job. But I would like to see him read and write, for I love him very much. Is he too old to learn. A DEVOTED V7TFK j Answer: Certainly your husband is not loo old lo learn to read ;\:id j write. As he is employed, hi.- can either go lo a night school, or, ' if you can afford it, it would be better for him to have someone come to your house to teach him. : He would make quicker progress if he had thc services of a private tutor who could explain everything that puzzled him and give him his j undivided attention. [ (Released by The Bell Syndicate, ! Inc.) 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